One of fastest-growing Fintech markets in SEA with 200 local, foreign startups Guidance on the entrepreneurs, regulatory scene, supporting institutions, funding
Part of PENJANA, the NTIS is more than just an opportunity for tech startups to gain necessary funding to survive the longstanding effects of the pandemic, but to also build innovation and an ecosystem to help the country.
Continuous innovation needed to boost startup growth & economic standing Has a better end-to-end involvement of startup journey to serve them better
Futurise welcomes complementary NTIS initiative to further invigorate Malaysia’s Economic Recovery Plan
Tech, innovation, regulatory & commercial aspects in shaping recovery Work together with Mosti on encouraging innovation & new inspiration
Driving the technological future of financial services in Malaysia A multitude of solutions & infra will allow financial companies avoid vendor lock
The wholly-owned subsidiary of Cyberview Sdn Bhd is making sure that innovations in drone tech and other innovations don’t get halted by regulations, through the development of guidelines and their National Regulatory Sandbox.
Nabila Hassan makes the point that governments in Southeast Asia should encourage public-private partnerships while ensuring that overdependence on technology companies are mitigated by putting citizens’ rights at the forefront.
SME Corp hopes Malaysia can become Southeast Asia’s drone hub Potential for growth is there, but regulations are still unclear, trailing innovation
Karamjit Singh ponders on the question of where the Malaysian government stands when it comes to innovation and disruptive business models.
Accenture Malaysia leads a discussion between the Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation, Khazanah Nasional and the Employees Provident Fund on digital transformation and its implications for Malaysia.